Consumer Alert: Travelers want refunds for their Middle East trips. Here's how to get one.
Nervous Americans are scrambling to change their upcoming travel plans. It won't be easy.
Phillis Marino's "Antiquities and Holy Land" cruise in November got a downgrade last week. In the wake of the latest Middle East conflict, it's now just an "Antiquities" cruise.
"Viking removed three days that we would have been in the Holy Land and added three days in Malta and Greece," she says.
The cruise line gave her only two options: Cancel and lose 75 percent of her deposit or accept half the cruise.
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